2 Children Seriously Hurt in Solo Vehicle Rollover Crash on Avenue 40
Indio, CA (January 01, 2021) On Wednesday, a rollover crash on Avenue 40 and Monroe Street injured 5 people, including 2 minors who are seriously hurt.
According to the Riverside County Fire Department, the single-vehicle crash happened at about 9:50 a.m.
Moreover, the crash has thrown out 2 of the 5 occupants of the vehicle.
Furthermore, officials say, 3 people are seriously injured, this includes 2 minors whose age were not given.
Meanwhile, a county fire spokeswoman says, the other 2 occupants had minor to moderate injuries.
Coincidentally, rescuers sent 2 patients to a hospital via helicopter for immediate treatment.
The Indio Police Department says that the intersection of Avenue 40 and Monroe Street was impassible due to the crews working on the scene.
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